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Jan 7, 2024 8 93 19 1 15
Dec 25, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 18, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 3, 2023 3 28 15 0 2
Player Outlook
Watkins will compete to be the No. 3 receiver in Philadelphia this season behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, but he has minimal Fantasy value in that role. Watkins is not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. Watkins will compete with Olamide Zaccheaus for the No. 3 spot, but don't expect a lot of production from the winner of that job after what happened in 2022. Watkins was the No. 3 receiver last season, but he averaged just 4.9 PPR points per game. Along with Brown and Smith, Dallas Goedert is also ahead of the No. 3 Philadelphia receiver when it comes to targets. At best, add Watkins off the waiver wire if he's the No. 3 receiver and Brown or Smith miss any time.

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2023 15 142 9.47 1 0.00 192.1
2022 33 354 10.73 3 1 0.33 452.6
2021 43 647 15.05 1 3 3.00 653.8
3y Avg. 28 369 13.18 2 1 1.00 403.1
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Numbers dip in fourth pro season

    Watkins finished the 2023 regular season with 15 catches for 142 yards and one touchdown. Watkins averaged 38 catches for 501 yards over the previous two seasons, so his 2023 campaign counts as a clear disappointment. Hamstring issues limited him to nine games, but he also faced new competition from Olamide Zaccheaus and Julio Jones, which cut into a target share which was always going to be modest with A.J. Brown (knee) and DeVonta Smith on the roster.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Hauls in first TD of season

    Watkins caught eight of 11 targets for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-19 loss to the Giants. With DeVonta Smith (ankle) inactive and A.J. Brown (knee) exiting early, Watkins emerged as the Eagles' top downfield option and led the team in catches, targets and receiving yards. The fourth-year wideout capped a season-best performance with a 16-yard TD grab from Marcus Mariota in the fourth quarter for Philly's only touchdown and Watkins' first score of the year. It's unclear if either Brown or Smith will be available for the Eagles' wild-card matchup with the Buccaneers next weekend, so Watkins could see an elevated role once again.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Another game with no catches

    Watkins did not record a reception in Monday's loss to the Seahawks. Watkins was on the field for more than half the Eagles' offensive snaps, but Jalen Hurts looked his way just once and failed to complete the pass. Watkins has now gone catchless two weeks in a row and in four of his seven games in total this season.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: No catches in loss to Cowboys

    Watkins was held without a target in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. Watkins has appeared in six games for the Eagles this season and has gone catch-less three times. He wasn't the only Eagle who struggled to make an impact Week 14, as Jalen Hurts completed just 18 passes, all of which went to A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith or Dallas Goedert.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Nabs three receptions Sunday

    Watkins caught three of four targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 42-19 loss to the 49ers. Watkins got involved in his second game back from a hamstring injury after not being targeted in last week's win over Buffalo. The 25-year-old finished a distant third in wide-receiver targets behind A.J. Brown (13) and DeVonta Smith (11). Watkins figures to serve a similar role when the Eagles visit the Cowboys in Week 14 for Sunday Night Football.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Zero targets in return to action

    Watkins returned from a hamstring injury in Sunday's 37-34 win over the Bills but didn't draw a target in the passing game. Watkins stood a clear third on the wide receiver depth chart at the beginning of the season, but after missing five weeks with a hamstring injury, he may have fallen all the way down to fifth. His 16 offensive snaps trailed Olamide Zaccheaus' 18 by a narrow margin, with both wideouts seeing the field far less than Julio Jones (47 snaps), who was signed during Watkins' absence and appears to have a firm grip on the No. 3 job behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Returning in Week 12

    Watkins (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills. The fourth-year pro will be stepping on the field for the first time since Week 5 following a stint on injured reserve. During Watkins' time on the shelf, the Eagles inked multi-time Pro Bowler Julio Jones to operate as the No. 3 receiver, and although the veteran hasn't ben asked to do much behind starters A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, he could prevent Watkins from reclaiming his prior role for at least Sunday's contest.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Placed on IR

    The Eagles placed Watkins (hamstring) on injured reserve Saturday. Watkins returned from a two-game absence last Sunday and logged 65 percent of Philadelphia's offensive snaps against the Rams, recording two catches on three targets for four yards. However, he appears to have aggravated his hamstring injury and will now need to sit out at least four contests. Olamide Zaccheaus will likely get another opportunity to work as the Eagles' No. 3 receiver while Watkins is sidelined.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Will miss second consecutive game

    Watkins (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Commanders. Watkins will miss a second consecutive game, though at least he managed to practice in a limited fashion both Thursday and Friday. Olamide Zaccheaus took advantage of Watkins' absence in Week 3 against the Buccaneers, racking up 58 yards and a touchdown as the team's third wide receiver behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. Watkins' next chance to play will come in Week 5 against the Rams.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Fails to practice Wednesday

    Watkins (hamstring) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report. Watkins has yet to practice since injuring his hamstring during the Eagles' Week 2 win over the Vikings. He'll have two more chances to put himself in a position to return to action Sunday against the Commanders, but if Watkins needs more time to recover, Philadelphia will continue to operate with Olamide Zaccheaus as its third wide receiver behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Out against Tampa Bay

    Watkins (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of Monday's contest against the Buccaneers. Watkins wasn't able to practice all week, so it's not entirely surprising to see him ruled inactive for Monday's matchup. Expect Olamide Zaccheaus to see a significant bump in playing time, specifically in three-wideout sets.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Officially DNP on Thursday

    Watkins (hamstring) didn't practice Thursday. Watkins left Week 2 early with a hamstring strain and never returned. In his place, veteran Olamide Zaccheaus ran 18 routes as the slot receiver but wasn't targeted against the Vikings. With the Eagles playing Monday night, Watkins has an extra day to heal up.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Not practicing to begin Week 3 prep

    Watkins (hamstring) wasn't taking part in drills during the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Watkins is thus poised to go down as a non-participant on the Eagles' first Week 3 injury report, though the wideout was spotted catching footballs from a JUGS machine on the side field during Thursday's session, according to Tolentino. The fourth-year wideout was limited to just 11 snaps in the Eagles' Week 2 win over the Vikings last Thursday after exiting the game early with the hamstring injury. The Eagles will hope that Watkins will be able to increase his practice activity the next two days, but if the 25-year-old is unable to play Monday at Tampa Bay, Olamide Zaccheaus would step in as the Eagles' No. 3 wideout.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Won't return Thursday

    Watkins has been ruled out for the rest of Thursday's game against the Vikings due to a hamstring injury, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports. Watkins suffered the injury in the first half and has not returned to the game since. He was spotted briefly jogging on the sideline, but he apparently is not well enough to return. Positively for Watkins, the Eagles have 10 days off prior to their next game, so he may be able to return without any additional missed time. Olamide Zaccheaus is expected to take over duties in the slot for Philadelphia.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Suffers hamstring injury

    Watkins is questionable to return to Thursday's game against Minnesota due to a hamstring injury, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports. Watkins exited the game in the second quarter and was spotted running on the sideline to test the injury. Olamide Zaccheaus took over as the slot receiver and figures to take on a larger role if Watkins is sidelined for any significant amount of time.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: All set for Week 1

    Watkins (hamstring) wasn't listed on the Eagles' injury report released Wednesday. Olamide Zaccheaus also was excluded from the report after he had dealt with a shoulder injury during the second half of August. Watkins and Zaccheaus have been battling for the Eagles' No. 3 receiver role, but Watkins appears to be the favorite to keep the No. 3 job, at least to begin the season. However, a timeshare between the two receivers wouldn't be surprising as Watkins and Zaccheaus handle what profiles as a lightly targeted role so long as AJ Brown and DeVonta Smith stay healthy.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Easing back in

    Watkins (hamstring) will be limited in practice Tuesday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Watkins has been dealing with the injury for a couple of weeks now. Although it's good news he's able to get on the practice field, it is concerning that he doesn't appear to yet be fully recovered. With that said, Week 1 is still just under three weeks away, so the 25-year-old has plenty of time to get healthy.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Tending to hamstring issue

    Coach Nick Sirianni said Watkins didn't play in Saturday's 20-19 preseason loss at Baltimore due to a hamstring injury, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports. While A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith were among Eagles starting offensive players that were DNPs, Watkins' absence was due to a health concern along with Britain Covey (hamstring) and Deon Cain (ankle). Greg Ward did see the field Saturday but made an early exit due to cramps. Watkins seems secure in his role as Philadelphia's No. 3 WR, but the current issue could allow newcomer Olamide Zaccheaus to make inroads on the job.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: May be ahead in No. 3 competition

    Watkins is having a solid training camp and still seems to be the favorite to win the Eagles' No. 3 receiver role, according to Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia. The Eagles don't need their third wideout to take on much target volume, but they want a player who can stretch defenses without making too many mistakes. The latter area proved problematic for Watkins last season, with his most memorable moments arguably being a lost fumble in the team's first loss of the season and then a dropped pass during the Super Bowl. The 25-year-old now faces a challenge from Olamide Zaccheaus, who is also a fast, small wideout and had a better 2022 in Atlanta (40-533-3 receiving line on 61 targets) than Watkins had in Philadelphia (34-354-3 on 51 targets). Watkins may be the incumbent and now the early leader at training camp, but Zaccheaus still has time this summer to make his push for the No. 3 spot.
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  • Eagles' Quez Watkins: Zero catches

    Watkins failed to pull in his lone target in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Saints. In a difficult game for the Eagles' offense, top wideouts DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown still got their share of action, combining for 13 of the team's 18 catches and 212 of the team's 274 receiving yards. That left little for the rest of the team's receiving options like Watkins, who's now gone without a catch five times this season.
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